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Universal Newsreel Volume 35, Release 39, 05/10/1962


Published May 10, 1962


National Archives description:"  The original release sheet reads: FIRST LADY NAMES NEW SUB: Mrs. Kennedy christens the newest of our Polaris-equipped submarines the "Lafayette" - named for the Frenchman who contributed so much to the American revolution.
KENNEDY SAYS U.S. HAS ROLE IN ECONOMY: Addressing the convention of the United Automobile Workers, the President says that his office has the duty to take part in wage and price rise negotiations.
NEW MISSILE BLOWS UP: The mighty Centaur, the first U.S. hydrogen-powered Missile, explodes on its maiden flight - a new setback in the space race.
SPORTS 100,000 FANS TURN OUT FOR SOCCER FINAL: England's great sport the Cup Finals - draws the usual capacity crowd to see their "World Series".
SPILLS MARK OUTBOARD RACE: These New England motor-boat skippers let nothing dismay them as they bounce their water bugs around with aplomb."
National Archives Identifier: 2050489


Run time 6 minutes 10 seconds
Producer Universal
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Language English

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